Tetradenia Riparia in Ceramic Saucer
Tetradenia Riparia in Ceramic Saucer
Tetradenia Riparia in Ceramic Saucer
Tetradenia Riparia in Ceramic Saucer
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Tetradenia Riparia in Ceramic Saucer

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Tetradenia Riparia - Kusamono

Details:

Plant may not be the exact one shown in the photos. Each has its own unique shape. 

Tetradenia Riparia blooms seasonally. They will drop and come back the following year. The leaves smell like candied ginger. 

This Kusamono arrangement includes a large saucer, please select the color from the drop down menu. 

Gift wrapping is also available by purchasing a Bojagi Wrap.

Dimensions:

Height varies between 18-26”

Care:

Light: Full indirect light. Bright light recommended for growing indoors.

Watering:

Water by soaking the moss ball in water until it is moist throughout.

After soaking, place onto a dish to allow excess water to drain off.

How to know when to water:

-When the moss feels dry to the touch and the moss ball is light indicating the water had evaporated.

-When the moss is both dry and the leaves are drooping this is a sign that it needs more water.

Feel free to mist as needed for added humidity. 

Potting:

The roots of each kusamono arrangement have been surrounded in hand mixed kokedama soil and wrapped in moss. 

This arrangement should be sustainable in its moss ball for up to a year.

Should you decide to re-pot the plant into a traditional planter, you may cut the strings, unwrap the moss and repot the plant into a planter using new potting soil.  

Pruning: 

Once the flowers have dropped prune back the small branches once they become brittle and dry. Cut them on the diagonal against the main stem to allow for new growth.